Exploring Sin City’s Mustang & Muscle Cars
The fleeting lifetime of a vintage vehicle should not come as a revelation to any aficionado. That is where Sin City Muscle Cars and other such restoration workshops come into play, as they are responsible for preserving a small number of iconic American muscle cars in top condition for many years to come.
Sin City’s inventory has yet to be open for a public showing. Nevertheless, car aficionado and YouTuber JC Fernandez recently gave an exclusive sneak peek into the contents of their storage area. Upon walking in, the incredible assembly of Mustangs and Camaros was no exaggeration. Although Sin City may not possess the biggest muscle car collection available, each piece retains its pristine condition and preservable originality.
Rebecca, a partner of Sin City, elucidated how every vehicle in the garage either has already gone through reconstruction or is in the process of doing so for the Society of Specialized Apparatus (SEMA) meetings. Sin City gets hold of these vehicles from all parts of the US, be it from individuals who had not completed their restorative works or simply lost ardor for them.
Once the conclusion of a project is reached in Sin City, it is decided that the car runs along to other collections or resides in this garage. Rebecca emphasizes that each vehicle stored in Sin City’s garage; be it on a lift or parked spot, is regularly driven and kept up properly so as to defeat the odds of becoming a museum artefact.
Despite this, several vehicles from Sin City have been seen at the SEMA show. A first-generation Ford Mustang Fastback in an alluring, custom blue color was a featured participant from Sin City at SEMA 2021. An intense level of detail had been achieved to Lexi’s interior, controls, engine bay, and undercarriage.
In comparison, the Ivy Mustang Fastback is a verdant green machine holding current amenities, which pays tribute to the legendary Steve McQueen’s Bullitt Mustang. Meanwhile, One on One, a darker shade of blue Mustang is kept in its pristine original condition since it originally came with exclusive settings reserved only for this car.
The more sentimental vehicles featured in Rebecca’s car collection include an orange Plymouth Barracuda that was once owned by her brother-in-law. Then there is a blue first-generation Chevy Camaro, which has been restored four times since it was acquired by Rebecca’s partner when he was sixteen. This Camaro was among their most early indulgences that would eventually blossom into Rebecca’s occupation in Las Vegas.
Deeper within the garage, it’s obvious to see a strong interest in rejuvenating classic Mustang versions for imminent SEMA activities. In the primary display area, an unblemished white Mustang awaits paint attempts and a future reconstruct. Also, two additional Mustangs anticipate their reconstructs in the maintenance room. Examining the components section discloses the multifaceted nature of these renovations and the costly supply essential during current items deficits.
Sin City is aiming to one day make period restoration possible. As the deadline for the following SEMA rally draws closer in November, Rebecca reaffirms her attitude that fulfilling an exacting refurbishment trumps making any cutoff times. Alongside this, Phil, manager of Muscle Cars At The Strip, drives home Sin City’s priority of enabling classic car lovers and their vehicles to congregate at future Las Vegas meetings.